At Studio Lamea, we want to ensure transparency and clarity when it comes to our sizing. Please note that the sizes we provide for our items refer to the measurements of the clothes themselves, not the body. Some items may be adjustable or stretchy, resulting in a size range.

As we use ready-made clothes as our primary material, there are limitations on the amount of material available. This occasionally results in smaller-sized garments in our current collections. However, we are actively working towards addressing this issue in future collections as we acquire more resources. Inclusivity is of utmost importance to us, and we are dedicated to expanding our range of sizes to cater to a wider audience.


To measure your own body for clothing, follow these steps:

  1. Start with a flexible measuring tape: Use a soft, flexible measuring tape for accurate measurements. If you don't have one, you can use a string and then measure it with a ruler.

  2. Bust/Chest measurement: Wrap the tape around the fullest part of your bust or chest. Make sure the tape is parallel to the ground and not too tight or too loose.

  3. Waist measurement: Locate your natural waistline, which is typically the narrowest part of your torso. Wrap the tape around your waist, ensuring it is snug but not constricting.

  4. Hip measurement: Measure the fullest part of your hips, usually around the hip bones. Keep the tape parallel to the ground and maintain a comfortable fit.

  5. Inseam measurement: For pants or trousers, measure the inside length of your leg. Start from the crotch area down to the desired pant length. It's helpful to have someone assist you with this measurement.

  6. Sleeve length: With your arm slightly bent, measure from the shoulder seam to the desired length, typically ending at the wrist or slightly below it.

  7. Neck measurement: Wrap the tape around the base of your neck, where the collar usually sits. Ensure the tape is snug but not tight.

Remember, it's essential to measure yourself while wearing lightweight clothing or in your undergarments to achieve accurate measurements. Additionally, maintain a relaxed and natural posture throughout the process.